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Author Discusses How to Identify and Deal with an ‘Almost Psychopath’
Posted Jun 11, 2012 7:29 AM CST
By Martha Neil
Corrected: When does dealing with a manipulative person go from difficult to dangerous?
ABA Journal reporter Martha Neil talks about psychopathy with Jim Silver, one of the authors of Almost a Psychopath: Do I (or Does Someone I Know) Have a Problem with Manipulation and Lack of Empathy?
He discusses how a true psychopath differs from an “almost psychopath;” techniques for dealing with one at work or in your personal life; the neurological differences in their brains; and what treatments are available.
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Updated July 6 to correctly identify Jim Silver as the co-author interviewed for this podcast.
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In This Podcast:
Jim Silver is a Harvard Law School graduate who has worked as both a federal prosecutor and a defense attorney. He currently teaches criminal justice and legal studies at Bristol Community College in Massachusetts. He is also the author of The Crime Junkie's Guide to Criminal Law.